Economic Geography

Economic geography is the subfield of human geography which studies economic activity. It can also be considered a subfield or method in economics.Economic geography takes a variety of approaches to many different topics, including the location of industries, economies of agglomeration (also known as "linkages"), transportation, international trade, development, real estate, gentrification, ethnic economies, gendered economies, core-periphery theory, the economics of urban form, the relationship between the environment and the economy (tying into a long history of geographers studying culture-environment interaction), and globalization.



World Bank Group · 17 November 2023 English

This CCDR is divided into five chapters: chapter 1 focuses on Kenya’s development context and the risks and opportunities presented by climate change, analyzing the characteristics of key sectors of …

and environmental point of view. Kenya’s economic geography and its relatively concentrated export/import

World Bank Group · 16 November 2023 English

Economic integration of the African continent rests on two pillars: the ratification of an ambitious trade agreement and massive investment in transportation infrastructure. Leveraging a newly created city-level database on …

‘The belt and road initiative: Reshaping economic geography in central asia’, Journal of Development

World Bank Group · 16 November 2023 English

The Kenya Country Climate and Development Report (CCDR) aims to identify the impact of climate change on Kenya’s economy. Through robust and rigorous analyses that cover climate impact modeling across …

and environmental point of view. Kenya’s economic geography and its relatively concentrated export/import

ADB: Asian Development Bank · 15 November 2023 English

This publication highlights new sector and thematic directions, operational opportunities, and technology and policy innovations for expanding and deepening regional cooperation and integration in Asia and the Pacific.It draws from …

priorities, depending on their connectivity gaps, economic geography, and preferences for sovereignty in a specific

TPI: The Productivity Institute · 15 November 2023

However, the aggregate productivity of a region is the weighted average (typically by employment) of the productivity of the firms located in the region and not the simple average. [...] …

regions within a country. • A stylized fact of economic geography is that the productivity of firms increases country. In this respect, a stylized fact of economic geography is that the productivity of firms increases difference: conceptual framework A stylized fact of economic geography is that the productivity of firms increases

IFS: Institute for Fiscal Studies · 10 November 2023 English

The use of the ONS statistical data in this work does not imply the endorsement of the ONS in relation to the interpretation or analysis of the statistical data. [...] …

have played out geographically, shaping the economic geography of the UK today and the opportunities facing education in the labour market. The current economic geography of the UK therefore presents a challenge

IGCC: UC Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation · 8 November 2023 English

(2006, 2008), the mobilization of the group of “losers” by parties of the new populist right and by transformed established parties of the liberal and conservative right has provided the …

Stephen Weymouth. 2021. “Populism in place: the economic geography of the globalization backlash.” International

Centre for Cities · 8 November 2023 English

Higher economic growth in the UK requires big changes. Tackling the persistent underperformance of Manchester and Birmingham, as well as the stagnation of London’s economy since the financial crisis, are …

the mayoralties more closely to their true economic geography. The triple deal is a stepping stone to local Evidence from the OECD countries, Journal of Economic Geography, Vol. 11(4), July 2011; T Baskaran & L Feld taxation with the mismatch between political and economic geography has remained a persistent problem. After change | In place of centralisation matching economic geography across England.28 Ultimately this was unsuccessful structures where political geography and economic geography align. Across most of England, this will

World Bank Group · 6 November 2023 English

The objectives of this study are to (1) assess the impact of regional and internal connectivity on jobs and access to services and (2) to provide recommendations for policy reforms …

(2021).29 This model uses the quantitative economic geography framework from Redding (2016) with trade

NBER: National Bureau of Economic Research · 3 November 2023 English

Switzerland could be considered as a test case for international corporate-tax policy coordination. It is a federation of 26 fiscally autonomous cantons that have been taxing corporate profits more or …

is consistent with theory and evidence in economic geography suggesting that urban agglomeration economies

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